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  • Descartes Philosophy
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    In my personal opinion, it is ethical for a man to grow marijuana for his ailing wife if it helps to alleviate her symptoms. As anyone knows, it is very illegal to sell drugs. Q: What if you grew it and no one knew? A: I guess you got away with it. It would be ethical to grow it in the privacy of your own home if a person doesn't sell it. It must be for a strict purpose only. If one grows it for the intent to sell then it becomes a legal issue. Descartes says to each their own in later meditatio...
  • Battle Against Drugs The Article
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    LOSING BATTLE AGAINST DRUGS The article, Losing Battle Against Drugs, is true. I agree with the article that the regulation of drugs into America is impossible to manage. You can spend millions and billions of dollars to decrease the drug trafficking but drugs are going to find another way into the country. For most people that are into drugs such as selling them I can see why they would want too. Its obvious that it is against the law but if you can get away with it, you would have a lot of mon...
  • Draw Back Of The Drugged Experience
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    LSD Induced, Yeti, Euphoric Sojourn Drugs can clear away the past, enhance the present; toward the inner garden, they can only point the way. Lacking the temper of ascetic discipline, the drug vision remains a sort of dream that cannot be brought over into daily life. Old mists may be banished, that is true, but the alien chemical agent forms another mist maintaining the separation of the 'I' from the true experience of the One. 1 This passage comes from The Snow Leopard, by Peter Matthiessen. I...
  • Voice In The Law
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    An ideal society is a society that is a democracy with limited government. It's not always the best form of government but it's a great one in most cases. There must be strict laws that everyone must follow including the government officials. In the country there must be a harsh punishment for a little crime. Everyone will have a voice in what and when they choose to. Not everyone will always be happy. To have a command over the people of the country you need to have a government with limited po...
  • Drug In The Pharmacies In Tijuana
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    U.S. Scourge Spreads South of The Border A Written Final Project Presented to Professor Larry Herzog San Diego State University MAS 355 The U.S. Mexico International Border by Leo P. Dano Jr. December 02, 1996 In a recent newspaper article written in the San Diego Union Tribune called "U.S. Scourge Spreads South". A very disturbing fact was opening drug doors just south of our own community, which is why I chose to do an in depth study of the easiness of drug purchase in our southern neighbor. I...
  • Drug Life
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    The title of my book is "GO ASK ALICE", anonymous. is a diary of a 15 year old girl and how she had to fight drugs. It is a true story. In general it's about a 15 year old girl who lives a normal life with a good family and a good up-bringing. She has a sister named Alex and a brother named Tim, and two parents. Her father is a professor at the Chicago University. She likes boys and wearing nice clothes and just basically being your average everyday girl. Then she meets this girl named Jan who l...
  • Differences In The Drug Targets
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    PHARMACOGENOMICS INTRODUCTION Pharmacogenomics is the study of how an individual's genetic inheritance affects the body's response to drugs. The term comes from the words pharmacology and genomics and is thus the intersection of pharmaceuticals and genetics. Pharmacogenomics holds the promise that drugs might one day be tailor-made for individuals and adapted to each person's own genetic makeup. Environment, diet, age, lifestyle, and state of health all can influence a person's response to medic...
  • Drugs Like Lsd And Psilocybin
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    A Look at LSD and The Counter Culture Movement Our brain is an underutilized bio computer, containing billions of un accessed neurons. The normal consciousness that we deal with everyday is only one drop in an ocean of intelligence. For thousands of years, man experimented with the fruits of nature with the hope of finding the key to our un conscience. These fruits were revered by man as gifts from the Gods, that allowed us to find a new spiritual and philosophic connection with God. But in the ...
  • Decriminalization Of Illicit Drugs
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    Forbidden fruit is sweet indeed. Even if the delicacy carries slow and painful death for anyone attracted by its flavor, there " ll always be plenty of those who'd want a little more. Advices, explanations, warnings, restrictions, prohibitions, punishments - nothing can stop this insane thirst for breaking the rules. According to the study of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNO DC) in 2003, "The total number of drug abusers is estimated at some 200 million people, equivalent to 4, ...
  • Drug Use In America
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    Would one want to have pale skin, bags underneath their eyes, be poor in their academics, and forget about having fun I think the most common answer to this question among kids would be "Of course not". Well if you don't want to be found with these "attractive" features... I would suggest KEEPING OFF OF DRUGS! Personally, I think that drugs are the number 1 issue right now here in the United States concerning parents with teens besides driving. Out of all the teenagers in the U.S. about 67% have...
  • Used Viagra And Other Impotence Drugs
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    Federal health officials are probing reports of blindness among dozens of men who used Viagra and other impotence drugs - but at the same time cautioning that the vision loss can be linked to the same illnesses that lead to impotence. advertisement The Food and Drug Administration disclosed Friday that it was in discussions with the makers of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra about what the labels of those drugs should say about the rare cases of varying degrees of vision loss, including blindness. The...
  • Drug Abuse
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    This day and age brings along so much pain and agony that people of all ages are expected to deal with. And in the fast paced life that is lived, the time necessary to emotionally deal with these things is almost impossible to gain, not to mention the high costs of receiving medical and psychological treatment. Thus, an escape from these situations is ideal and is looked for by many. Turning to drugs such as alcohol and marijuana along with numerous of other more potent drugs is common among peo...
  • United Nations International Drug Control Program
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    Illicit Drug TraffickingBackgroundDrug trafficking and illicit trade has proven to be a major problem that the international community faces as it enters into the twenty-first century. Currently the illegal drug trade market is one of the largest sectors of the modern global economy. Because of this fact, the drug trade is deeply rooted in many nations economic and social cultures, which makes it very difficult to control. Drug trafficking also brings with it the problems of organized crime mone...
  • Jesus Blancornelas
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    Henry Jesus Blancornelas Jesus Blancornelas was born in San Luis Potosi on November 14, 1936. He joined the newspaper business in 1956. He started his career in the sports section of El Sol de San Luis. Through his hard work he successfully became a reporter, city editor and news editor of the Tijuana-based daily newspaper El Mexicano. Later on in his career, he joined the Mexicali daily newspaper La Voz de la Frontera, as sub-editor and was promoted to editor-in-chief. Blancornelas was accused ...
  • Drug Ritalin
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    Ritalin is a drug that many of us have probably heard of. It is a drug prescribed to students with ADHD. Is a drug whose use is very beneficial for our children, or is it a drug that should be cautiously prescribed and saved for only the worse ADHD I feel that people should use more caution in the prescription of Ritalin. The term ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. Its characteristics are people whose minds are often wondering, focusing on many different things at once. ADHD...
  • Drug
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    D.A.R.E. I have enjoyed our DARE class a lot. But, most of all I learned a lot from Deputy Anderson. He taught us all about drugs and alcohol, why they are bad for us and why we should never start using them. Deputy Anderson taught us to say NO, and how to avoid situations that could put us into harms way. Deputy Anderson explained to us the many different types of drugs and the effects that these drugs can have on us. Drug abuse can affect us in many different ways, not just by getting high. Us...
  • Legalization Of Illicit Drugs
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    Drugs - the issue is wholly controversial, and the debate not entirely without merit. It is hard to see exactly what the answer should be, without looking at all the facts; even then, many "experts" fluctuate between a "Yes" and a "No" answer. Granted, there are many sides to the problem; however, with the decriminalization of marijuana seemingly within reach, the debate for whether all illicit drugs should be decriminalized or even legalized has gotten more intense. There are many facets, but t...
  • Act On The Neurotransmitter Gaba
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    Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by synchronized excitation of large groups or neuron. To reduce seizures, patients are given drugs that act on the neurotransmitter GABA. How does this type of drug control seizures? Describe seizures and the drug effects on them in terms of synaptic transmission. This type of drug is very effective in prevetning seizures. A patient being treated for epilepsy is given drugs that act on the neurotransmitter GABA. GABA receptors are inhibitory neur...
  • Smart People On Drugs
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    Smart people on drugs are bad. It makes them stupid. It turns them into potheads and screws there life's up. I do not know why people do this, maybe because it makes them feel good, but after the high is over, they get back down to where they used to be. It just makes them feel good for a few hours. It also makes them do stupid things. People on drugs end up getting into accidents and kill other people. How would you feel having to live your life knowing that you had killed someone and seriously...
  • Mandatory Drug Test Following The Accident
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    Essay B October 1, 2002 Drug and Alcohol Abuse This essay will focus on the topic of drug testing in the workplace. The condition in which I support drug testing in the workplace is if the workplace or profession directly affects the safety of the. If drug testing can reduce the number of deaths, accidents, and injuries caused by workers who have been using drugs, then the rights of the public outweigh the individual's personal privacy rights. On January 4, 1987, an Amtrak train and a Conrail tr...

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